Garonne River


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Noun1.Garonne River - a river that rises in the Pyrenees and flows northwest to the Bay of BiscayGaronne River - a river that rises in the Pyrenees and flows northwest to the Bay of Biscay
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
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Its two reactors at the 2,600 megawatt (MW) Golfech nuclear power plant in the south of France were offline due to high temperatures on the Garonne river.
People cool off on the Miroir d'Eau, a public art piece on the quay of the Garonne river as France prepares to swelter in record high June temperatures, in Bordeaux, France June 26, 2019.
Others see twisted vines, or the movement of the Garonne river.
It all happened so quickly," said Mr Texier, who expressed surprise at the incident in what he described as a quiet neighbourhood on the banks of the Garonne River.
VISAS, INJECTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS: None BORDEAUX is a port city on the Garonne River in southwestern France.
After that, they will sail via the Bay of Biscay, to the final port in the race - Bordeaux on a bend of the Garonne River in France.
They are called left bank because the vineyards sit to the left of the Garonne River (to the west, next to the sea).
Bordeaux, where we joined the longship for our seven-night trip is a World Heritage site with stunning 18th century facades looking out across the Garonne river. There are architectural gems such as Cathedral Saint Andre and the gorgeous Place de la Bourse, which was commissioned by King Louis XV.
After days spent admiring views along the Gironde Estuary and Garonne River, going to tastings or exploring historic towns and cities, enjoy the French cuisine served on MS Princesse d'Aquitaine and its evening entertainment.
'Jardin Botanique de Bordeaux' dates back as far as the 17th century and 'Jardin Botanique de la Bastide', covers quite a large region on the bank of the Garonne River.
This is an aerial picture showing part of the central section of the new lift bridge for the $195m Jacques Chaban-Delmas bridge being moved into place on the Garonne River in South West France.